PARIS, Ark. (KTHV) - Logan County Sheriff's Deputies and Mt. Magazine State Park rangers were called to the park about a fight between a husband and wife.
When deputies got to the visitor's center, they found Mitchell Webb, 52, of Sherwood, getting out of his truck. The deputies say Webb smelled like alcohol and that Webb admitted to drinking seven or eight beers.
The deputies say Webb told them he and his wife had been in a fight and when he tried to leave, she stood in front of his truck. Webb says he went around her and hit a tree. The deputies say there is damage to the front of the truck.
Deputies asked Webb if he had hit his wife with the truck, Webb responded that he wasn't sure but he thought he had missed her.
Webb was placed into custody and taken to his cabin with deputies because they got a call a woman was injured there. When deputies arrived, someone was yelling from a nearby cabin to hurry.
At that cabin deputies found Webb's wife lying on the porch with a sheet on her. Deputies say when they removed the sheet, they saw she was covered in blood from head to toe.
She told deputies that her husband ran over her twice. Deputies also noticed two pools of blood in the driveway and a cell phone, glasses and a pair of shoes. There was also damage to a nearby tree.
She was airlifted to a nearby hospital. She is in intensive care and is stable. The police report says she suffers from broken ribs, a collapsed lung, a lacerated liver and scrapes and bruising.
According to the police report, she later told deputies at the hospital that Webb had gotten into an argument with his son on the phone and had stormed out in anger.
She was afraid Webb was going to leave her, so she says she followed him outside and stood next to the truck. She says when Webb pulled off he ran over her foot. She says she sat down in pain and Webb started to back up.
She says in the police report she didn't think Webb would hit her, but he backed over her with a tire going over her chest. Then, she says Webb pulled forward and ran over her again before leaving.
She says she remembers being airlifted to a hospital, but nothing after that.
Webb bonded out on $100,000 bond Tuesday. He is charged with first-degree domestic battery.
(Source: Logan County Sheriff's Office)